Powered by students, teachers, and principals, the National Wildlife Federation’s New Jersey Eco-Schools are advancing environmental solutions to help create a more environmentally healthy and sustainable state.
Eco-Schools USA has partnered with New Jersey Audubon to support the on-the-ground efforts of schools in New Jersey. In collaboration with Sustainable Jersey and the New Jersey School Boards Association, Eco-Schools in New Jersey can now connect all of their sustainability efforts under one umbrella while they support and reinforce Sustainable Jersey’s municipal programs, which are already on the ground in 375 communities across the state.
New Jersey Eco-Schools contact:
Allison Mulch, New Jersey Audubon
(o) 609-427-3053 x103
At Ben Franklin Elementary School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey, students are learning how to be leaders, engaged community members and true stewards of the environment. Read more about what Ben Franklin is doing on the ground.
Unity Charter School in Morris Township is celebrating a hard-earned Green Flag Award - the first Green Flag in New Jersey! Read more about Unity Charter's sustainability work.
To check out which schools are already registered and what they are accomplishing in New Jersey, go to the comprehensive Eco-Schools USA map and click on the state of New Jersey.
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